Solutions to the standing ovation problem (1995-97). Solutions to the is that seat taken problem (1998). Solutions to the you ought to be in pictures problem (1999). Solutions to the cocktail party problem (2000). Solutions to the deja vu problem (2001). Solutions to the network news problem (2002).

Consider the following situation:

A group of, say, 20 people are in a room when a fire breaks out. What happens?

- Explicitly state your model and key assumptions.
- Summarize key results.
- Suggest some potentially interesting future directions and questions for the model.

Potential Solutions (to submit your solution, email them to miller@santafe.edu---students at the Graduate Workshop were given a very limited time to complete their homework):

- Matt Golder and Deddy Koesrindartoto (2003 GWS) .
- Laszlo Gulyas, Scott Moser, and Jason Woodard (2003 GWS) .
- Bill Rand and Eugen Tereanu (2003 GWS) .
- Elenna Dugundji and Kevin Lochner (2003 GWS) .
- Nandi Leslie and Suresh Naidu (2003 GWS) .

John H. Miller , miller@santafe.edu.